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0 Comments | Dec 01, 2014

Sistina Reviews

“Sistina is a terrific book. If you like well-crafted mysteries with unanticipated twists and turns, you will love this deft, imaginative novel. Disquieting events immediately following the crucifixion trigger a plot that toggles mostly between Michelangelo’s Rome and modern Italy. Other than saying people die, things are stolen, and philosophies are shaken, I’ll add nothing—I hate spoilers—except that as a bonus you will learn a lot of fascinating church history and may be able to paint a fresco when you are finished. Don’t miss this book.” — Michael Lieberman, author of Never Surrender—Never Retreat and The Lobsterman’s Daughter

“Brian Kenneth Swain sets forth a tantalizing conspiracy plot that has preserved a cornerstone of Christianity, and then bonded it with the history of Michelangelo’s Sistine masterworks and Vatican intrigue of the cloak-and-dagger variety.” — Chance Maree, author of Dark Matter Tiding

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